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The Oxford Dictionary of Islam

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The Oxford Dictionary of Islam

The Oxford Dictionary of Islam
Editor John Esposito
Published 2004 (Oxford University Press)

The Oxford Dictionary of Islam is a dictionary of Islam, published by the Oxford University Press, with John Esposito as editor-in-chief.

Overview

The dictionary contains over 2,000 entries on a wide range of Islamic related topics.[1]

References

  1. ^ "The Oxford Dictionary of Islam".  

External links

  • Review on atheism.about.com
  • Oxford Dictionary of Islam in ebook form at Oxford Reference Online (subscription required.)
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